Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
51 Court St. - P. O. Box 31
Cuthbert, GA   39840
PHONE:  855-782-6312
FAX:  229-469-5211

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Keep Randolph Beautiful
KRB Board Members and Officers 2014
Patricia Goodman, Volunteer Executive Director

Debi McDade, President
Teresa Callaway, Vice President
Brenda Rice, Beautification Chair
Malanie Burnett, Recycle Chair
Clara Hammock, Treasurer
Marion Butler- Litter Chair
Leisa Peavy
Kris Peavy
Annette Nichols
Betty Jones
Diane Whatley
Dorothy Downie
Kuanita Murphy 
Shelley Ferguson
Chris Tyus
Laurie Monfort
Walter Mattox
Elaine Bush-Brownlee
Vincent Gadson
Mary Jane Salter
Susie Shaw

Ex Officio Members:
Ben Plowden, Code Enforcer
Scott Curry, Shellman Ciy Council
Jack Torbert, Cuthbert City Council

Our mission
To encourage recycling, beautification and to be litter free

Keep Randolph Beautiful, a certified affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and Keep Georgia Beautiful, is a community-based organization working to prevent littering and to improve the quality of life in Randolph County. Keep Randolph Beautiful strives to change community attitudes and practices about littering and handling waste through education, clean-up projects, ordinances, and technology. 

Standing Working Committees

Call to volunteer!

51 Court Street—PO Box 31
Cuthbert, GA 39840

This group has been riding the county all day to score litter, abandoned vehicles, dilapidated buildings/homes, outside storage (what should be in a shelter but is visible from the road), illegal signs and graffiti. Once all of our scores are compiled, a report will be shared with our local governments and the public. We traveled 143 miles in a 6 hour period! Thanks to the Marion Butler (Litter Chair), Don Hutchinson, Stella Barr, MacKenzie Barr and Sandra Spivey (Beautification Chair). Also thanks to Ben Plowden (not pictured) who drove us. We saw some very pristine areas as well as some that were rated very poorly.And thanks Don for lunch at the Back Porch!​